Weight is a bit above 29lb-ish right now. I have a couple of tweaks that should drop a little more. That's on my old fish scale at home. I will get a more accurate weight on Sunday.
The bike is a fun ride, for sure. It's a LOT faster than most people will expect a fat bike to be. Not that I get too wrapped up in Strava stuff, but I set a PR on the Snake Creek climb this morning. Fat tires, ice, snow, some pretty uninspiring conditions for speed.
It carves corners like nothing else I've ridden. It loves to be leaned. Slack head angle (68deg) makes it super stable. On both the demo bike I rode in Ft Wayne and this one today, I've managed to powerslide both wheels through a corner (remaining upright). On the demo ride, it was on a greasy corner. This morning, it was on a couple icy corners. When it does that, it's not hard to ride it out when you realize what it's doing. First time it did that, I freaked out and put my feet down. Now, I just hold my line, countersteer a little, and ride it out.